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London schoolgirl Ella Kissi-Debrah could become first person to have "air pollution" listed as cause of death in the UK 

 

A court ruling could lead to a 9-year-old London girl becoming the first person to have "air pollution" listed as a cause of death in the United Kingdom, her legal team says.

Ella Kissi-Debrah died in 2013 after three years of having severe asthma attacks, her mother Rosamund Kissi-Debrah told CBS News Friday. When Ella died, the cause of her death was determined to be a severe asthma attack that led to respiratory failure. New evidence, her legal team claims, shows her death was caused by pollution in the air she breathed.

"When she was alive, we couldn't get to the bottom of what was triggering her asthma, so I thought I would give it my best shot (to find out), as her mother, although she's no longer here," Kissi-Debrah told CBS News. "I didn't have any plans or any ideas what I was going to find out, all I knew was it was to do with something in the air."

CBS News

Tags: Children, Community, Death, Disease, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Pollution, Safety, Youth

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06-May-2019


OFFERING HEALTH CHECK-UPS IN BARBERSHOPS COULD TRANSFORM HEALTH CARE FOR BLACK MEN IN AMERICA 

 

Dennis Mitchell owns a small ground-floor barbershop in the heart of Harlem, where he presides over rows of gleaming salon chairs, cutting fades and shaves and earning the nickname Denny Moe. For years, one of the regular customers sitting in front of Moe's mirrors has been Dr. Joseph Ravenell, an associate professor in the Departments of Population Health and Medicine at New York University's School of Medicine. Barbershops have been havens for Ravenell since he was a kid, when he accompanied his father to his regular haircuts and witnessed the bonds that men formed in these safe places, "talking about everything under the sun."

As an adult, Ravenell focuses his research on the medical disparities black men face in America.

"As a man myself, and a father and a brother, I have an enlightened self-interest in the topic," he says, laughing. Black men, because of both logistical barriers and mistrust, are often cut off from health-care systems—but as he was thinking about haircuts one day, Ravenell says, "a lightbulb went off." Barbers, he thought, as trusted confidants and community leaders, could become a powerful bloc to promote health in black communities.

Pacific Standard

Taraji P. Henson Opens Up About Her Mental Health & Stigma of Mental Illness in the Black Community

Tags: Business, Celebrity, Community, Dedication, Education, Environment, Health, Medical, Mental Health, Program, Racism, Respect, Treatment

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02-Apr-2019


Coming Out as a Gay Man With a Mental Illness 

 

My experience with being a homosexual male and having schizoaffective disorder/generalized anxiety Disorder, is like having two dogs inside of my body, sometimes fighting each other just to accept their personal truths. Being queer with the rise of fascism in the United States is downright terrifying. I hear stories daily about all genders/non-genders being confronted and sometimes assaulted for the way they look, or simply for holding hands while walking.

I’ve known I was gay since I was 16, after getting my first girlfriend. We had a very close relationship, but sex just never worked out, and I didn’t know why. I felt terrible because I felt that I had let her down, and being 16 and unaware socially, that I had let myself down by not passing the stereotypical, toxic misconception of the sexual right of passage. We eventually broke up and I didn’t know where to turn, or who to turn to. My dad said he accepts me either way, but I still felt jilted in ways because I didn’t feel, “Normal.”

The Good Men Project

Tags: Coming Out, Community, Disease, Education, Environment, Gay, Mental Health, Portrait, Suicide, Support, Treatment

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26-Mar-2019


THE MOST GAY-FRIENDLY CITY IN AMERICA—THE ANSWER IS SURPRISING 

 

San Francisco has long been considered America's most gay-friendly city. But the Bay Area doesn’t have a lock on LGBTQ tourism—cities across the U.S. have been rolling out the rainbow carpet.

VacationRenter, a vacation portal site that uses artificial intelligence, asked more than 1,000 respondents what they considered the most LGBTQ-friendly city in America besides San Francisco. Almost 42 percent of respondents, who ranged in age from 18 to 55, said Portland, Oregon.

Newsweek

Tags: Community, Environment, LGBTQ, Population, Study, Travel

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26-Mar-2019


Woman jailed for 11 years for performing FGM on her 3-year-old daughter 

 

A judge has sentenced a 37-year-old Ugandan woman to 11 years in jail for performing female genital mutilation (FGM) on her three-year-old daughter, the UK's Press Association (PA) news agency reported.

The defendant was found guilty of the "barbaric" practice last month, becoming the first person to be convicted of the offense in the UK.
In sentencing at London's Old Bailey criminal court Friday, Judge Mrs Justice Whipple handed down an 11-year jail term and a further two years for possession of indecent images and extreme pornography.

"FGM has long been against the law and let's be clear FGM is a form of child abuse," PA reported the judge as saying.

CNN

Independent

Tags: Abuse, Activism, Award, Children, Choices, Community, Crime, Environment, Family, FGM, Inhumanity, Judgment, Medical, Parental Burden, Religion, Safety, Self Interest, Sex, Toxic, Video, Violence, World

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10-Mar-2019


In Echo of Flint, Mich., Water Crisis Now Hits Newark 

 

For nearly a year and a half, top officials in Newark denied that their water system had a widespread lead problem, despite ample evidence that the city was facing a public health crisis that had echoes of the one in Flint, Mich.

Even as the risk persisted in the spring, the officials in Newark, New Jersey’s most populous city, took few precautionary measures, instead declaring on their website, “NEWARK’S WATER IS ABSOLUTELY SAFE TO DRINK.”

But this month, facing results from a new study, the officials abruptly changed course, beginning an urgent giveaway of 40,000 water filters across the city of 285,000 people, targeting tens of thousands of residences.

NY Times

Tags: Backlash, Clean, Community, Environment, Health, Leaders, Protections, Safety, Water

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31-Oct-2018


19 sickened after chemicals overcome swimmers at California pool 

 

Authorities said 19 young people were injured — and 12 transported to the hospital — after they were overwhelmed by pool chemicals at a swim school in Thousand Oaks, California, CBS Los Angeles reports. Officials said seven of the injuries were critical but none of the injuries was described as life-threatening.

Most of the victims were teens and kids between the ages of 11 and 15, said Ventura County Fire officials.

The exact cause of the incident is under investigation.

CBS News

Tags: Backlash, Chemicals, Children, Clean, Community, Disease, Entertainment, Environment, Health, Investigation, Parental Burden, Safety, Science, Warning, Waste, Youth

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04-Oct-2018


LGBT Community Has Poorer Health Outcomes, Assessment Finds 

 

"LGBT people experience the same stressors that anyone else does and when you add their internalized feelings and perceptions of discrimination, there are obvious implications for overall health," Stepleman says. "This assessment is meant to provide an overview, but it helps establish an important baseline and will help us look at the impact of minority stress on a lot of other health variables."

Minority stress describes chronically high levels of stress faced by members of minority groups and can be due to things like poor social support and low socioeconomic status. Many studies have shown that it can contribute to health problems like high blood pressure and anxiety.

Science Magazine

Here's the truth about the LGBTI community and ageism

Tags: Aging, All Rights, Community, Education, Employment, Environment, Fear, Health, History, Insurance, Laws, LGBTI Protections, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Nature, Politics, Safety, Sexual Harassment, Study, Suicide, Treatment

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25-Sep-2018


How Does the LGBTQ Mind Age? 

 

Most of us don’t like to think about getting older, although we admit it beats the alternative. But there are a lot of older LGBT people — and will be even more in the next decades — and as we age, we have to think about age-related conditions and whether they affect LGBT people differently than straight and cisgender folks. Unfortunately, there's a dearth of information on this subject.

A new study from the University of California, San Francisco, and Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Oakland is a start toward rectifying that. At the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference last month in Chicago, they presented the first dementia prevalence data from a large population of lesbian, gay, and bisexual older adults.

“It’s important for us to make sure that all populations are studied and included in research,” Rebecca Edelman, director of scientific research at the Alzheimer’s Association, told The Advocate.

Advocate

Tags: Aging, All Rights, Community, Disease, Education, Environment, Finance, Health, Mental Health, Nature, Treatment, Warning

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09-Aug-2018


As millennials, especially Latinos and blacks, own fewer homes, wealth gap will grow 

 

Angely Mercado, 26, who has a master's degree in journalism, makes a living as a freelance writer; she hopes to land a full-time job at some point.

The Queens, New York, resident was clear when she was asked where home ownership stood on her list of priorities. “I wish it could be higher, but it's not financially possible,” said Mercado, who describes herself as very budget conscious and someone who obtained scholarships so she wouldn't have student loans like so many young people her age.

Still, Mercado has to live with her parents in the home they own. She's part of a generation of millennials who are less likely than previous generations to buy homes, according to a new report from Better Mortgage, a digital lender focused on improving access to home finance, and the Urban Institute, a nonprofit organization with a focus on social and economic policy.

NBC News

Tags: Americans, Community, Economy, Finance, Laws, Poverty, Real Estate, Survival

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18-Jul-2018


America’s 10 worst states to live in 

 

Far be it for us to dent your home state pride, but the fact is that there are ways to objectively measure quality of life, and some states do not measure up as well as others. Our Quality of Life category in America's Top States for Business, worth 300 out 2,500 total points, looks at factors such as violent crime rates, area attractions, health care, and environmental quality, based on our Top States methodology and sources. These are the 10 worst states to live in this year.

CNBC

Tags: Americans, Choices, Community, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Real Estate, Study, Survival

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14-Jul-2018


McDonald’s Pulls Salads From 3,000 Locations After Midwest Food Poisoning Outbreak 

 

Dozens of people appear to have contracted an intestinal parasite after eating McDonald’s salads in the Midwest in recent weeks, prompting the chain to pull salads from 3,000 locations.

According to USA Today, since mid-May, 20 people became ill after eating salads in Illinois, alongside another 15 who ate salads in late June or early July in Iowa. Other outlets are reporting as many as 90 cases in Illinois, although not all reported eating McDonald’s salads.

Specifically, these individuals contracted the cyclospora parasite. Symptoms can take over a week to appear, and can stick around for anywhere from days to months — they include most of the food poisoning standards like vomiting and cramps, alongside “diarrhea and frequent, sometimes explosive bowel movements.” In some cases, patients may improve and fall ill again over time.

Eater

More than 500 Tennessee zipline visitors sick in stomach illness outbreak

Tainted McDonald's salads sicken people in another four states

McDonald's employees share the 11 menu items they'd never eat

Tags: Business, Community, Environment, Food, Health, Investigation, Medical, Restaurant, Warning

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14-Jul-2018


Restaurant employee calls 911 on African-American family 

 

A Georgia restaurant owner says he is investigating after an employee called 911 on an African-American family who had stopped for dinner during a vacation.

WSB-TV reports that Felicia and Othniel Dobson of North Carolina on Monday had stopped for dinner at a Subway in Newnan with their four children, ages 8 to 19, when a restaurant employee called police.

ABC News

Store Manager Fired After Telling Employee with a Child on Life Support to Turn Up to Work or Quit

Visiting voters led to a visit from police for Janelle Bynum, a black lawmaker from Oregon

Restaurant worker on leave after calling 911 on black family

I wish mama Bassett had been there. 04-Jul-2018

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Americans, Business, Children, Community, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Fear, Hate, Health, Hostility, New World Order, Parental Burden, Parenting, Perception, Privilege, Racism, Reckless, Respect, Restaurant, Self Interest, Treatment

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09-Jul-2018


The Era of Affirmative Action May Not Last Much Longer 

 

On Tuesday, the Trump administration made its official position clear: Schools should limit their use of race as a factor when determining admissions. The administration is moving to rescind seven guidance documents from the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights and the Department of Justice, according to The New York Times. These Obama-era memos encouraged elementary, secondary schools, and colleges to use race in efforts diversify their student bodies, and outlined how to do so within the law. The Trump administration will break with this precedent, and will not actively encourage schools to diversify, the Times reported.

The Atlantic

Tags: Americans, Community, Dedication, Education, Environment, Inclusion, Men In Charge, New World Order, Parental Burden, Parenting, Power, Privilege, Race, Self Interest, Treatment, Youth

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04-Jul-2018


The HIV-positive man who stopped thousands getting the virus 

 

Greg Owen wanted a new drug, not available through the NHS, that would stop him becoming HIV-positive. But it was too late - he already had the virus. Despite this, he and a friend worked on an ambitious plan to help thousands of others get the new treatment.

"You know when you do one thing… when your whole life changes? Pressing that send on Facebook was actually the moment my whole life changed."

Greg Owen grew up in Belfast, the eldest of six children. It was the 1980s, the height of the Troubles, and he was, as he puts it, "very gay".

BBC News

Tags: Community, Dedication, Disease, Drugs, Environment, Gay, Gay Rights, Govt, Instructional, Medical, Sex, Support, Treatment, World

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02-Jul-2018




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